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|Oct. 22, 2007|
Where was the cold water for the World tourney this last weekend? We asked the TD and he told us to drink the 90+ water in the dugout. The jugs were available but no water. If you wanted water it was for sale for 2 dollars a bottle. If you pressed this issue the TD said he would remove us from the park. The jugs were there and the ice was inside the jugs but they would not fill the jugs. Whatever the conflict, if it was with the city or the association, the seniors would like cold water and in that kind of heat deserve it. Thanks for listening
|Oct. 24, 2007|
|i was in Phoenix at Caesar Chavez no water only warm water in dugout,and no food,we were there from noon til after 10 pm,next day we had to bring ice chest,and subway sandwiches,not to good to many diabets,that need food often,their were no restaraunts near.The tournament was run well ,the teams were equal.The Dallas Spurs picked up a player from the aaa national spa Dallas Legends.As a manager over all the tournament was excellent.|
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